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some of baltimore's critical infrastructure including government buildings, landmarks and major events. the police commissioner announced the increased security at a news conference which he says he has been in touch with authorities. >> there are no credible threats to this area or the city of baltimore. but it's prudent to take cautious steps. >> reporter: city police will deploy operation teams throughout the city. there will be increased police presence around bus station and amtraks. citizens can expect to see heavily armed tactical officers around the city. >> check trash cans, check the perimeters. you will see bomb dogs and canine officers working areas, too. >> reporter: maryland state police will be on guard and local officials are asking citizens to be alert and do their part. >> we should never lose focus on the fact that if you see something you should say something. >> reporter: the orioles begin a nine-game stretch at home starting today. they are expecting huge crowds. that's why city police say they will have an extra police presence there at orioles stadium as well. b
tactical officers patrolling. things like infrastructure, government buildings and landmarks will all be under greater scrutiny. >> i think how we address any poe tenial advertise is to be -- potentialalties. if there's anything suspicious call us. >> reporter: vice-president joe biden is slated to be in town tomorrow for a scheduled event. additionally that will be another reason citizens will see a heightened police presence around town. back to you. >> all right, we've gotten word tonight that hartford county schools cancelled field trips to washington, d.c. and aberdeen proving ground tomorrow as a precaution. >> some of the heroes of this terrible day in boston, the marathon medical staff working around the clock to treat the gruesome injuries. back to mary life on the mass casualties at the finish line. >> reporter: at least ten amputations, many other severe injuries. the rescue personnel who responded today said they sa battlefield type injuries on the streets of boston. [ sirens). >> reporter: emergency crews rush in as most rush out. >> they responded within 15 seconds. you
government buildings and landmarks will be under greater scrutiny. >> i think how we address any po ten yates is to be diligent, any suspicious call us. >> reporter: this being a sporting event at the orioles park today with a game, there will be more officers here. also vice president joe biden is coming to town so we will see more officers down here trying to keep everyone around that area safe. mike schuh reporting live. jessica, back to you. >> thank you. >>> today harford county schools were supposed to go on a field trip to washington, d.c. those trips were canceled as a precaution. >>> the running community here in baltimore is following the tragedy. meghan mccorkell has their reaction. >> reporter: it was pure panic for a lot of people in maryland desperately trying to get a hold of local runners in boston. >> there was a second explosion that we are hearing. >> reporter: moments after the explosion in boston, frantic attempts from people in maryland to get in touch with loved ones. >> they were still on the course. didn't have cell phones with them. >> reporter: people are glued to t
every state, local, and federal government agency associated with jtt if. and many others on their own, including boston p.d. and mass state police, more than 1,000 law enforcement officers across many agencies, had been assigned to this investigation, via the command post. they began canvassing sources, reviewing government and public source databases, and conducting interviews with eyewitnesses and others to determine who is responsible for this crime. we are doing this methodically, carefully, yet with a sense of urgency. all across the nation and around the world, the force of the united states is working hard to locate those responsible. already, the fbi has received more than 2,000 tips, as of noon today. many of which have already been reviewed, analyzed and vetted. we will continue to work around the clock tirelessly, side by side, with our partners to continue to investigate an act on these leads. regarding who might be suspected of this event, the investigation is in its infancy. as law enforcement, it is our responsibility to thoroughly review each and every piece of eferred
of the massacre. in 2007, senior sung we -- seung-hui cho went on a shooting spree. >>> a government task force is out, with recommendations, regarding the use of prevent tive medicines to lower the risk of breast cancer. ines ferre introduces us to one woman who took the drug tamoxifen. >> reporter: breast cancer runs in nadine bladda's family. shortly after doctors removed an abnormal lump in her breast nine years ago, she went on the drug tamoxifen, a drug that reduces chances by 50%. >> i felt like i wasn't doing everything i could proactively. >> reporter: according to the u.s. preventions task force, women should find out from their doctors if they have a high risk of getting breast cancer. >> for example, age. race, ethnicity. parity, the age at which a woman delivered or had her first born child. >> reporter: if alt risk, they should discuss with the doctor whether tamoxifen are right for them. >> hot flash or menopausal systems. it's associated risk for blood clots. >> reporter: tamoxifen has also been slightly show an increase to risk of uterine cancer. >> reporter: it is also for wom
behind them and told everyone the president, in the federal government to treat this as a terrorism investigation. build it gradually s >>> a 78-year-old man was about to finish the boston marathon. >> i had a good day and i was feeling really good. >> then the first of two explosions knocked him off his feet. it didn't keep him down. we'll hear bill iffrig's story this morning. >>> officials say no one expected this attack so how can cities protect the public from unexpected danger? former new york mayor rudy giuliani will offer some lessons from 9/11. >>> plus we'll show you how the people of boston rushed in to help the victims on "cbs this morning." wow, i've been claritin clear for 10 days! when your allergies start, doctors recommend taking one non-drowsy claritin every day during your allergy season for continuous relief. 18 days! 17 days! 22 days of continuous relief. live claritin clear. every day. walgreens can help when you're at the corner of "allergies" and "even more allergies." come to walgreens for expert advice and the right products, like claritin bonus
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